Typically Trinity closes off a one-block portion of Cedar for this popular family-friendly event and brings in carnival-style games and activities. This year they’ll have a balloon-twisting clown, a bouncy house, games, arts and crafts, and lots more. Pizza Rita and a petting zoo will be there too.
They’ll also have over 50 cash prizes, including $3,100 in prize money for the winner of the bovine bingo. To buy bingo tickets or request more information, call (509) 327-9369. All proceeds benefit the students at Trinity.
Trinity also has some exciting news to share this year. This is from the school’s principal, Sandra Nokes:
There is a couple who is going to honor the gift of childhood and the mission of Trinity School. Funds have been designated to construct a brand new Trinity, and building plans are in the development process. The city has NOT given us FINAL APPROVAL, however, we are hopeful that they will support this monumental gift and continue to work with us to make it happen. We believe that Trinity has been and will continue to be a “beacon of hope” in the community, and for all we serve. Remember, Trinity works with families to make tuition affordable and we serve a diverse population, both non-Catholic and Catholic. A new Trinity with Educare enables us to continue to serve children and families into the future.
The school will be soliciting input and approval from community partners including the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council once the plans reach the appropriate stage.